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ART Announces New Cooperation With Motorola

ATLANTA, GA - ART Advanced Recognition Technologies Inc. announced the porting of its smARTspeak XG speech recognition solution to processors from Motorola Inc.
Posted Sep 1, 2002
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ATLANTA, GA - ART Advanced Recognition Technologies Inc. announced the porting of its smARTspeak XG speech recognition solution to processors from Motorola Inc. According to the announcement, ART will port its speech recognition solution, the smARTspeak XG, to Motorola's processors, including the 2/2.5G and 3G Innovative Convergence Platform and DragonBall applications processor families. The phonemic-based speech recognition software designed for mass-market wireless mobile device deployment, the smARTspeak XG provides speaker independent name dialing and other dynamic command functions. Thanks to its phonemic identification, the XG needs no training to perform accurate name dialing, no matter how command sentences are structured. Thus `Call John Smith in his office' or `John Smith - office' both provide the same response. "The introduction of phonemic-based recognition solution for mobile devices brings easy to use operation to the consumer just as Motorola solutions bring ease of use to the developer," said Ed Valdez director of marketing for Motorola's Wireless and Broadband Group. "By porting ART's smARTspeak XG, we continue our commitment to leveraging best-in-class technologies to enable developers to deliver a wide variety of applications using Motorola's total systems solutions." "ART is delighted with the reception Motorola has given the new smARTspeak XG, the latest in a decade of pioneering speech recognition solutions," said Eran Aharonson, ART's President. "High in feature-rich potential and low in resource demands, we are confident the XG will get a similar welcome from all Motorola's customers."
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